Wealth and Religion

The connection of riches and religion has been liable to scholarly research. Riches is the status of being the recipient or proprietor of a substantial gathering of capital and financial influence. Religion is a social framework that frequently includes faith in powerful strengths and may plan to give an ethical framework or a significance of life.

The GDP of nations by and largely relates contrarily with their religiosity, i.e. the wealthier a populace is the less religious it

According to a study from 2015, Christians hold the biggest measure of riches (55% of the aggregate world riches), took after by Muslims (5.8%) and Hindus (3.3%) and Jewish (1.1%). As indicated by the same study found that followers under the characterization Irreligion or different religions hold 34.8% of the aggregate worldwide wealth.

A study in the United States, distributed in the Social Forces journal and led by Sociology specialist Lisa A. Keister, found that followers of Judaism and Episcopalianism attained the most riches, professors of Catholicism and mainline Protestants were in the center, while preservationist Protestants gathered the slightest riches, while by and large individuals who go to religious administrations accomplished more riches than the individuals who don't (considering varieties of training and other factors).The scientist recommends that riches gathering is molded by family processes.

In the United States, 48% of Hindus have a family unit pay of $100,000 or more and 70% make in any event $75,000, which is the most elevated among all religions in the United States.